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1971 



Now you don't know 
Which way to go 
There's no one to hold you 
No one to scold you 
It's just the beginning. 

Jerry Hahn 




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AdministRAtion 
And paculty 



Lend me the stone strength of the past 
And I will lend you the wings of the future, 
For I have them. 

Robinson Jeffers 






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Carolyn Johnston 
Dean of Students 



AdministRAtion 





Peter Stapleton 
Assistant to the Principal 



Carolyn Goodwin 
Dean of Studies 





Priscilla Peterson, Faith Kaiser 
Admissions Office 



Marion Finbury 
College Advisor 



Richard E. Sheahan 

Gardner Sutton 

Richard C. Griggs 

Finance Directors 





Lucy V. Cole, Barbara Young 
Permissions Office 





Florence P. Griffith 
Registrar 



Sarah Proctor 
Director of Food and Housing 





C. Jane Sullivan 
Secretary of Alumnae 



Flora Valentine, Margaret Couch 
Librarians 




Theresa Stewart, Edith Johanson 
Bookstore 







Dr. Robert C. Ramsdell 

Kathleen Ayre, Marion Perkins 

The Infirmary 



Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bonde 



Back: Mrs. O'Brien 
Sharon Boyle, Sheila Lynch. 
Front: Mrs. Stieritz 
Administrative Secretaries 




Ladies 

and 

Gentlemen 

of the 

Kitchen 




The Dorm Maids 




faculty 



ARtS 



Audrey Bensley 



Brian Davidson 





Robert Horvitz 





Stephanie Perrin and Jesse 



Virginia Powel 




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Jean M. St. Pierre 



Patricia Edmonds 



enqlish 



Anne Bugbee 






Robert R. McQuilkin 



Frances N. Ladd 





Rae A. Home 



histoRy 




Sherry Gershon 




Mary S. Minard 




Stephen C. Graham 




Lise Witten 




Stephen G. Perrin 




humanities 



Susan M. Hosmer 



Languages 



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Georges N. Krivobok 




James E. Catoline 





Ulrich Hepp 




Susan Clark 

classics 




Ronald Giguere 



Christine M. Kalke 



Spanish 




Dorothy Y. Judd 





Joy Burgy 



Jan Borgia 



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Elizabeth Roberts 




Rowland Sturges 




music 



Priscilla Peterson 



mathematics 





Robert Laurence 





Jean D. Bennett 



Ruth Hayn 



James F. Lynch 



Herkimer 





David S. Tower 





physical education 



Shirley J. Ritchie 




Carolyn Butler 





Christina Rubio 



Marjorie Harrison 



science 




Marilyn Hoyt 





Hilda Whyte 




Patricia Freund 



Michael McCann 




Resident advisors 



Jean and John Bennett 





Standing: Kathleen Ross-Dilley, Anna Mumma 
Seated: Isabelle Trenbath, Glenora Chittick 




Dick and Debby Witte 



Standing: Eleanor Abbott, Frances How- 
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Nancy Axelrod 
27 Alden Road 
Andover, Mass. 




Yurtle 

I once had a turtle named Yurtle 
The name came out of a book. 
One day while I was playing, 
Yurtle fell into a brook. 
Because he was a turtle 
The brook he swam with ease, 
But he couldn't do a scissors kick, 
Cuz Yurtle had no knees. 



n.e.a. 






Sue Baybutt 
664 West Street 
Keene, N.H. 



She put all her troubles in the bottom of a trunk, 
sat on the lid and laughed. 



Mary Chase 



We make ourselves a place apart 

Beyond light words that tease and flout, 

But oh, the agitated heart 

Till someone find us really out. 



Robert Frost 



Linda E. Bistany 
22 Pearl Avenue 
Lawrence, Mass. 




For life's not a paragraph 

And death i think is no parenthesis. 



Jeffie Bloch 

Little Sunapee Road 

New London, N.H. 



e.e. cummmgs 





Ellie Bradshaw 

138 West End Avenue 

Ridgewood, NJ. 



Joy is what I like 
That, and love. 



Ted Berrigan 



Sally Browning 
Mason's Island 
Mystic, Connecticut 



Only the artist in yourselves 
is more truthful than the night. 



e.e. cummings 





Finney Caverly 
P.O. Box 86 
Bennington, N.H. 



The woods are lovely, dark, and deep. 
But I have promises to keep, 
And miles to go before I sleep, 
And miles to go before I sleep. 



Robert Frost 



Caroline Chisholm 
189 Abbot Street 
Andover, Mass. 



I am a person that is not any other 
living soul or plant. I am myself. 



Katherine Trowbridge 
(Age 10) 




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Nancy Cohen 
3 Ivy Lane 
Andover, Mass. 



Nancy, 

you're having a crisis of the imagination. 

Donald A. Gordon 



Claudia Comins 

44 Sunset Rock Road 

Andover, Mass. 



What moves me most, I guess, 

of a sunlit morning 
is being alone . . . 



Ted Berrigan 






Lynn Comley 
Godfrey Road 
Weston, Conn. 



Being, not doing, is my first joy. 
Theodore Roethke 




Lillian Coolidge 
624 Grant Street 
Iowa City, Iowa 




I do my thing, and you do your thing. 

I am not in this world to live up to your expectations. 

And you are not in this world to live up to mine. 

You are you and I am I, 

And, if by chance we find each other, it's beautiful. 



Frederick S. Pearle 




Go on a starlit night, 

stand on your head, 
leave your feet dangling 

outwards into space, 
and let the starry 

firmament you tread 
be, for the moment, 

your elected base. 



Sue Dampier 

4721 North 70th Street 

Scottsdale, Arizona 



Piet Hein 



Judy Fletcher 
Juniper Craig 
Orr's Island, Maine 



Someday my thoughts won't drive me crazy 
They'll just flow on free and easy. 

Hedge & Donna 




Susie Foord 
Prospect Street 
Litchfield, Conn. 



And that's the way we are: 
Running wild in the wind: 
Be true to your feelings: 
See something new: 

John Mayall 




Barbara Friedson 
9125 S.W. 56 Court 
Miami, Florida 



Dazzling and tremendous how quick the sunrise 

would kill me, 
If I could not, now and always, 
send sunrise out of me. 



anonymous 





. . born with the gift of laughter and 
a sense that the world is mad. 

Rafael Sabatini 



Trinka Galusha 
Middle Road, R.D. No. 2 
Horseheads, N.Y. 



Another day, another dollar 
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Alive or dead — there is no other way. 



Native Proverb 



Ana Garcia 

DSt. No. 6 Villa Caparra 

Bayamon, Puerto Rico 








Sarah Freeman Gay 
South Bristol, Maine 



Human felicity is produced not so much by 
great pieces of good fortune that seldom 
happen, as by little advantages that 
occur every day. 



Benjamin Franklin 



Cathy Gilman 

USBER 

APO N.Y. 09742 






No man is an island — 
he's a peninsula. 

Jefferson Airplane 

"A Small Package of Value 
Will Come To You Shortly" 



After Bathing at Baxters 




You're the natural snow 

the unstudied sea 

You're a cameo 

And I swear you were born a weaver's lover, 

Born for the loom's desire. 



Jane Elizabeth Harlan 
5333 University Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Laura Nyro 





Peggy Haskell 
Tamworth Inn 
Tamworth, N.H. 



Nothing can bring you peace but yourself. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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To be awake is to be alive. 



Thoreau 



Hattie Hawkins 
P.O. Box 6 
Manson, N.C. 




Fortune 



has its cookies to give out 
Ferlinghetti 



Selma Hershfield 

359 Lowell Street 

Methuen, Mass. 




Karen Ho 

25 Stanley Village Road 

Hong Kong 



Tomorrow, see the things that never come today 

Neil Young 



Debbie Huntington 
73 Allison Road 
Princeton, N.J. 



My life has brought me places 
Where my mind can make me happy. 

Hedge and Donna 




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R.F.D. No. 1 
Chester, Vermont 



If you're feeling good, do what you please 

I don't believe that it's wrong to put 

your mind at ease. 



The Sons 



Linda Hynson 

17 Pine Ridge Road 

Port Chester, N.Y. 



And there are those who have the truth within 
them, 

but they tell it not in words. 



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NANTUCKET 




Sara Ingram 

502 East 87th Street 

New York, N.Y. 



I dare a man to say I'm too young, 
for I'm going to try for the sun. 

Donovan 




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Abby Johnson 
Naskeag Point Road 
Brooklin, Maine 



If you have built castles in the air, 
your work need not be lost; 
that is where they should be. 
Now put the foundations under them. 



Henry David Thoreau 




Cynthia Johnson 
71 Central Street 
Andover, Mass. 



And there are days when I see all too clearly 
And there are days when I am everyone I meet 



Ferlinghetti 



Candi Kattar 
Powers Road 
Meredith, N.H. 



After all, it is the baby we want 
and not the blood of the afterbirth. 



Eldridge Cleaver 




Now I am six and as 
clever as clever, so 
I think I'll stay six 
now forever and ever. 



Deborah Kelsey 
Little Sunapee Road 
New London, N.H. 



A. A. Milne 



























Soon you begin to realize that 

"I don't want to" 

is the world's greatest reason. 



Carol Kennedy 
No. 1-1 10th Street 
Stone Harbor, N.J. 



anonymous 



There's rain in the window 

There's sun in the painting that smiles on the wall 

You want to know all 

But his mountains have called so you never do — 



Candace Kern 

92 Mendota Avenue 

Rye, N.Y. 



Joni Mitchell 








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Leslie Kiely 

261 Parkview Avenue 

Lowell, Mass. 



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nobody loses all the time 



e.e. cummmgs 




Kathy Kilborn 



Humanity i love you because when you're hard up 
you pawn your intelligence to buy a drink. 



e.e. cummings 



Heide Kropp 

East Pleasant Street 

Franklin, N.H. 




Stopping now and then 
in search of a flea. 



T.S. Eliot 




Helen P. Lacouture 
240 West Dixon Ave 
Dayton, Ohio 



(these leaves are Thingish with moondrool 



e.e. cummmgs 



Bonnie Levine 
42 Plymouth Road 
Wakefield, Mass. 



Art comes to you proposing frankly to give nothing 
but the highest quality to your moments as they pass. 

Walter Pater 




Joan Liversidge 

378 South Main Street 

Andover, Mass. 



Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have 
governed my life: the longing for love, the search for 
knowledge, and an unbearable pity for mankind. 

Bertrand Russell 





One of the pleasantest things in the world 
is going on a journey, but I like to go 
by myself. 



Cindy Lund 

734 Hance Street 

Niles, Michigan 




And in the sweetness of friendship 
let there be laughter, 
and sharing of pleasures. 



Denise Mallen 

6 Buttonwood Drive 

Metheun, Mass. 



Kahlil Gibran 



There were seven rooms, each a different color, one blue, one 
purple, one green, one orange, another white, the sixth violet, and 
the seventh shrouded in black velvet. 

She came out of her dream with a long sigh; then her whole body 
began to quiver and she clapped her hands gleefully. "Oh yes," she 
said. "I love hot chocolate." 

Ray Bradbury and Robert Nathan 



Jenny Martin 

49 Elizabeth Street 

Branford, Connecticut 




Mary McCabe 

3 West Lowell Street 

Lawrence, Mass. 



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it'll never catch up with you. 



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It's all a matter of opening up your eyes and looking around, 'cause it's all there . 



James Taylor 



Beatriz A. McConnie 
Ext. Rambla 5-427 
Ponce, Puerto Rico 




Sue McCouch 
Alcott Road 
Concord, Mass. 



I have grafted every new variety, 
walked in my barefeet 



Marvin Bel 





Stacey Milton 
33ViaTranquilla 
Concord, N.H. 



Just simply alive, 

both of us, 

I and the poppy. 



issa 



Cait Owen 
Phillips Academy 
Andover, Mass. 



"Curiouser and curiouser!" cried Alice. 



Lewis Carroll 





Margarita Marie Partridge 
Pine Hill Road 
Nepaug, New Hartford, 
Connecticut 



I believe a leaf of grass is no less 
than the journey-work of the stars. 

Walt Whitman 




Nancy Phillips 
Walnut Hill Road 
East Lyme, Conn. 



Quieting down. 
Going on inside . . . 

Bill Berkson 



Sue Pitts 

c/o Hiram Woodcraft 

North Conway, N.H. 




And for lunch I had a hamster sandwich 
and a whole jar of cold cream for dessert. 



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Chris Pollard 

c/o Orinoco Mining Company 

Ciudad Piar, Venezuela 



Do as you please with so much ease. 

Moody Blues 




Debbie Pope 
40 Valley Road 
Westport, Conn. 





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Always the beautiful answer who asks a more beautiful question 



e.e. cummings 



Lucy Pope 

7 Beverlee Drive 

Nashua, N.H. 



You sip from the cup of maturity? 

I fell in. 
— But I learned how to swim. 



Herbert Gold 





Anne Rappaport 
36 Dartmouth Street 
Lawrence, Mass. 



Her nights are long 

Her days are grey 

Still she waits to see 

The forms beyond the shadows. 




My only boundaries are my dreams. 



MP. Smith 



Jean Rappaport 
122 Edgelawn Ave. 
North Andover, Mass. 



Ruth Raser 

6 Douglas Road 

Schenectady, N.Y. 



I guess my feet know where they want me to go . . . 

James Taylor 




Brownie Richards 
7 Freeman Place 
Duxbury, Mass. 



It is only with the heart that one 
can see rightly; what is essential 
is invisible to the eye. 

Antonie Saint-Exupery 




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just open your heart 
and it's a start . . . 

Moody Blues 



Gayle Ridd 
26340 Parklawn 
Apt. 22402 
Euclid, Ohio 




Each of us 
is the only person 
who can give the other 
what each of us 
wants to have 



Sybil Ridings 
223 Brattle Road 
Syracuse, N.Y. 



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For me there is something ineffably new 
in every new moment's arising, 

and even the things I habitually do 
have qualities new and surprising. 



Sandy Rollins 
Sligo Road 
Rollinsford, N.H. 



Piet Hein 




looked at them but they didn't show me anything. 

Richard Brautigan 



Jeannie Russell 
35 Main Street 
Lakeville, Mass. 



Love of love, love of life, and without measure 
Gives in return a wondrous yearn of a promise almost seen. 
Live hand-in-hand and together we'll stand 
on the threshold of a dream. 

The Moody Blues 



Lisa Russem 
14 Nutmeg Lane 
Andover, Mass. 



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Don't criticize what you can't understand. 

Bob Dylan 



Didi Sailing 
Apt. 703 

200 Swanton Street 
Winchester, Mass. 




get by with a little help from my friends. 



The Beatles 



Shelby Salmon 
67 Third Street 
Garden City 
Long Island, N.Y. 




The smile that you send out returns to you. 



Indian Wisdom 



Debbie Sammataro 
12 Cyr Drive 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Tara Sartorius 

2200 Sacramento Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



When you are joyous, look deep into your heart 
and you shall find it is only that which has 
given you sorrow that is giving you joy. 

Gibran 




Deep blue, bubbling goodness 




Emmy Schroeder 

241 North Granby Road 

Granby, Conn. 



Nobody could be uncheered with a balloon. 



A. A. Milne 



Laura Mae Schultz 
335 Buffalo Avenue 
Niagra Falls, N.Y. 



I'd like to know 
What this whole show 
is all about 
before it's out. 



Piet Hein 







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Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn. 

Margaret Mitchell 



Maggie Smith 
Box 445 
Dillsburg, Penna. 




ever flowing 
ever living . 



Margo Stever 
1045 Devon Road 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 



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Maple Shade Farms 

Fly Creek, N.Y. 



So we bought a pack of cigarettes, 

And Mrs. Wagner's pies, 

And walked off 

To look for America. 



g &s 



Mary Anna Sullivan 
33 Summit Street 
Lowell, Mass. 



I can think whatever I like to think 

I can play whatever I like to play 

I can laugh whatever I like to laugh . . . 



A.A. Milne 





please . . .smile at the people you pass on the 

street. 

it could be you or i. 



Jackie Tatelman 
120 Hidden Road 
Andover, Mass. 



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Solitude is independence. 



Hesse 



Aul Techapaibul 
52 Sukumvit, 16 
Bangkok, Thailand 




Tracy 



a real realist 

with a real tale to tell 

and a real tail to tell it with. 



Ferlinghetti 



Meg Treneer 

1805 Greenleaf Blvd. 

Elkhart, Indiana 



Got a packet of good times to think back on, 
I think I'll relax today . . . 

Livingston Taylor 



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If you will tell me why the fen appears impossible, 
I then will tell you why I think that 
I can get across it if I try. 

Marianne Moore 



Holly Tytell 

113 Church Road 

Landale, Penna. 




Lucy Viele 
63 Argyle Park 
Buffalo, N.Y. 



My heart is high with promises worth keeping 
And if I try, perhaps I'll find a way 
To make some sense of all the things I'm saying 
Believing that believing makes it all come out okay. 

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Who's to say what's normal — certainly not your eye. 




Mimi Walker 

1508 South Shore Drive 

Erie, Pennsylvania 



think I will stop running 
and busy myself in the surprise 

of quietness. 

Jackie Lewis. 



Toddy Walker 
59 Pond Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



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2776 West Granville Road 

Worthington, Ohio 



Thousands of footsteps 



Charles Dickens 




I should like to know what well-constituted 
mind, merely because it is transitory, 
dislikes roast-beef? 



Ann Woolhandler 
341 MillicentWay 
Shreveport, La. 



William Makepeace Thackeray 




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